Boston bombing suspect in custody: ‘The terror is over’

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A few of the estimated 200 people who poured onto Hemingway Street in the Fenway neighborhood to celebrate after the announcement earlier of the capture of...
A few of the estimated 200 people who poured onto Hemingway Street in the Fenway neighborhood to celebrate after the announcement earlier of the capture of...
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A massive and intense manhunt that paralyzed the Boston area ended Friday night when police found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the 19-year-old suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings who had eluded capture for four days. Tsarnaev was found in a backyard in Watertown–a Boston suburb that cops and FBI agents had searched and locked down 24 hours before. A tip led police to the house after a neighbor reported seeing blood on a tarp-covered boat in the backyard. The police swarmed in; they exchanged gunfire with the suspect and then took the injured man into custody.

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Boston bombing suspect in custody: ‘The terror is over’

Boston bombing suspect in custody: ‘The terror is over’

Updated